For our last night in Italy, I had found a B&B situated in the rural outskirts of Rome, only a half hour drive to the airport. We had a few issues with the GPS, it seemed some of the road names were different to the directions we had been given. After a few trips up and down the same stretch of road, we eventually arrived at Al Vecchio Fontanile. The stone farmhouse was only a few years old
and was surrounded by fruit trees and olive trees.
The younger family members were very welcoming and well behaved.
Our room was comfortable and beautifully finished, it felt like we were in a much older house.
I love the detail in the curtains.
The quality and style continued in the bathroom.
After relaxing with a restorative beverage or two, we drove to a nearby ristorante, Il Sogna and enjoyed delicious ravioli, gnocchi and panna cotta. We were bestowed with complimentary biscotti and homemade grappa before wending our way back, without the help of the GPS. The breakfast spread the next morning was sensational.
Served in a lovely sunny room it was the perfect way to start the day.